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Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body by Roxane Gay

Everyday, women of all ages around the world look in the mirror and hate what they see. As women, our criticism of our bodies is often ruthless; our rolls, dimples, stretch marks, and cellulite a reflection of our laziness, carelessness, our excesses. 730 more words


A Review of Roxane Gay's book, Hunger

By Kali Nelson

“I often say that reading and writing saved my life. I meant that quite literally,” Roxane Gay.

Bad Feminist was the first time I had ever heard of Roxane Gay and I am glad it was not the last time.

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Women in History: Mary Wollstonecraft

Feminist writer and intellectual Mary Wollstonecraft left her childhood home and abusive father as a young woman to make her own living. Her first venture was to start a school in 1784 with her sister, Eliza, and best friend, Fanny. 162 more words


The Girl Before, The Girl After

The Girl Before, The Girl After

By Miriam Kramer

Every month I hopscotch across diverse genres to find the books I review. I gravitate towards psychological thrillers, preferably set in the United Kingdom or Ireland with a dark, chilly edge. 1,099 more words

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